Creating Your Investment Portfolio
Asset allocation involves determining the mix of asset classes (e.g., stocks, bonds, real estate) in your portfolio. It should align with your investment goals and risk tolerance.
Building a Diversified Portfolio
Diversification reduces risk by spreading investments across different assets. A well-diversified portfolio can help you achieve a balance between risk and return.
Periodically review and rebalance your portfolio to maintain your target asset allocation. Rebalancing ensures that your investments remain aligned with your goals.
Long-term investing involves holding investments for an extended period, typically years or decades. It capitalizes on the power of compounding and minimizes short-term market volatility.
Value investors seek undervalued stocks or assets they believe have the potential for long-term growth.
Growth investors focus on companies or assets with strong growth potential, even if their current valuations appear high.
Dollar-cost averaging involves investing a fixed amount of money at regular intervals, regardless of market conditions. This strategy reduces the impact of market volatility.
Maintain an emergency fund with readily accessible cash to cover unexpected expenses or financial emergencies without disrupting your investments.
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